Can you believe it's only 5 days until Christmas?! Eeee so excited :)!
So today I've got a review for you all. I received this product in a subscription box, I can't remember which one it was though I think it might have been the Love ME Beauty box but I do know that Glossybox sells this on their website too.
This product is by Anatomicals and they always have quirky little names and packaging for all of their products which I really like. I hadn't tried a facial spritz before or any product by them so I was excited to.
I have been using this for a little while so that I could give you a true review on this product and not just a first impression :).
The ingredients in this include rose extract, lavender extract, witch hazel and peppermint extract. All of these do amazing things for your skin and this spritz claims to rehydrate and calm your skin. I thought this would be perfect for my skin at the minute as since it has gotten colder my skin has gotten really dry and it's always had redness so hopefully this little spritz would help!
I was very hopeful when trying this but didn't want to get my hopes up but I have to say this product has really impressed me! I spray it morning and night after cleansing my skin and it has definitely helped. I still get a bit of redness here and there but after using it my skin feels amazing and soo soo soft. I love this and will definitely be repurchasing once I've ran out. I also use it to dampen my beauty blender and my skin has been looking more radiant under my foundation but not oily at all.
I read online that some people only think it's a summer product and they only use it to cool down and hydrate their skin in the warmer months which I can see why they say that as it is nice and cooling but I think this can be used all year round. It does say that you can also use this to set your makeup which I haven't tried yet but I am definitely going to as I didn't realise you could use it for that until I read up on it today haha!
If you're looking for a new product to try I would definitely suggest trying this out as it is for all skin types including sensitive skin and it makes your skin feel fab!
Let me know if you've tried this and if you have what were your thoughts on it :)?